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Formal training courses or learning events are only one method of gaining development. There are a large variety of alternatives that might be more appropriate to your needs, for example:

1. Structured experience managed "on the job" assessed against company, industry or national standards
2. Specific project assignments
3. Secondments to other companies or departments
4. Job rotation
5. Work shadowing
6. Distance learning
7. Private self study
8. Outside of work activities eg. community based or voluntary work.


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